How to succeed indifferently

Tony Douglas

Yorkshire & Humber
Notice Period:
Emergency (maybe less than one week's notice)
Life Skills
30th December 2021
Achievement | After Dinner Entertainment | Army | Business

Having failed more than I have succeeded: you may find my lessons learnt helpful so that you swing that balance more in your favour? I will describe a few highlights in life and careers that have been challenging and show that I too often jump in with both feet and somehow land on them. In recounting so maybe we can all improve together?

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About Tony Douglas

I was born in Kenya grew up in Scotland had a successful military career as a combat engineer including being one of the first ashore in the Falkland Islands in 1982 and much else besides. Having left the army after the first Gulf War I have had a roller coaster career which now focuses on specialised manufacturing of engineering polymers.

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